Fox Sports reports the average marriage of the most successful marriages in the U.S. is six years longer than the average of marriages that fail.
This trend is expected to continue, and that’s good news for couples who have the patience and love of a lifetime.
The good news is that this trend is not just going to end.
A study conducted by The Marriage Project of the University of Pennsylvania found that marriage in the United States has grown by 8% since 1996, and the trend continues.
However, it’s not all doom and gloom.
Marriage in the 21st century is not going to be perfect, and some marriages are still working, but this is no time to panic.
Here are three marriage trends that you should take notice of. 1.
A couple’s ability to stay together for a long time is becoming an important factor.
In the study, couples who had a marriage that lasted longer than six years were found to be more likely to stay married for longer than those who had been together less than six months.
This study is based on the findings of a nationwide study of marriage that was conducted by the Pew Research Center.
The study also included a survey that found that one in five Americans said they had a couple who had lasted over 20 years.
So, this is not an issue only of getting married, but also getting married for more than 20 years, as this study found.
The trend is also expected to improve as marriage age increases.
According to a study from the University at Buffalo, the average age of a couple’s first marriage is now 32.
It was 34 when the study began in 1993.
The average age is projected to climb to 36 in 2020, and 37 in 2030.
In 2020, the number of couples in their 30s is expected, as well as the number in their 40s, and then to increase by 1% every year thereafter.
The survey found that the median age of marriage for women and men is 32, and 30 for women, 32 for men.
The increase in marriage age also includes the rising number of older couples and widows.
The rising number is also due to more couples having kids.
According a study conducted at the University College London, the trend in the number married people has increased dramatically since the late 1980s, with the number increasing by 15% in the last decade.
The researchers estimated that the number would increase by 35% by 2030.
The reason for the increase in the numbers of married people is that couples who get married are more likely than those not to have children.
This increase in couples having children also contributes to the increase of marriage age.